Growth hormone glotropin

Growth hormone is currently one of the best drugs for long-term muscle building. So far, this is the only drug that makes athletes forget about bad genetic inheritance. Growth hormone injections are always a risk because some of the effects are not reversible. 

But despite the risk of potential side effects, it remains one of the favorite drugs for athletes. Growth hormone has an aura of mystery in its use. Some call it a miracle remedy, which in the shortest possible time gives a gigantic increase in strength and mass. Others consider it completely useless in achieving sports results and explain this by the fact that the drug stimulates the growth of only “dwarfs”: children lagging behind in physical development. More details:

Some people think that growth hormones cause terrible bone deformities in the form of a Habsburg jaw and gigantic growth in adults. There is also a complete confusion: how to use growth hormones and in what dosage? The controversy over hormones is so complex that the reader must have some basic background information to understand the problem.

Growth hormone is a 191 amino acid polypeptide. It is produced by the human pituitary gland and released when there are appropriate stimuli (eg exercise, sleep, stress, low blood sugar). And here it is important to understand that the released human growth hormone does not have a direct effect on the body itself, but only stimulates the production in the liver and the subsequent release into the blood of insulin-like growth factors and somatomedins. 

They have different effects on the body. The only problem is that the liver can produce a limited amount of these substances, so that the effect of these substances on the body is limited. If hormones are injected from the outside, they only stimulate the liver to produce and release these substances into the blood and do not have a direct effect, as mentioned above.

Until the mid-1980s, only the active human form existed as an exogenous source of administration into the body. It was extracted from the pituitary gland of the dead , which was extremely expensive. When in 1985. the intake of human growth hormone began to be associated with the extremely rare disease of Jakob Kraiufald (brain disease), which faded with dementia and death, then some, but not all manufacturers began to remove the drug from production . Fortunately, science did not sleep and created a synthetic hormone growth that is genetically engineered from transformed muscle cells. And now it is now being sold in many countries.

The use of growth hormone affects the athlete in three ways in the area of ​​his achievements. In – First, STH has a strong anabolic effect that promotes intense fusion protein that is expressed in muscle hypertrophy (increase in muscle cell size) and muscle hyperplasia (an increase in their number).  

The effect of hyperplasia is extremely interesting because steroids do not give it. This is probably the reason why growth hormone is called the most powerful anabolic hormone. Secondly, growth hormone has a strong effect on the process of burning fat. He strongly converts fat into energy, leading to the intensity of his disappearance, and it allows the athlete to use a greater number of calories.

Thirdly, what often goes unnoticed is that growth hormone strengthens connective tissue, tendons, bones and cartilage, and this is probably one of the main reasons for the incredible gains in strength that some athletes see. Bodybuilders and powerlifters report that STH protects, thanks to this quality, the athletes from injury, if at the same time taking erased and rows strength is growing rapidly.